Oklahoma Files Bill To Make The Holy Bible An official Book
The United States Of American Says “In God We Trust” but some states refuse to recognize the Bible as the Word Of God.
It’s a piece of good news for all Christians to hear about State Rep. Tammy Townley’s effort in making the Holy Bible a State book in Oklahoma.
I’m glad to hear him talk boldly about his faith in God. He is a good Christian leader by example:
“We are people of great faith,” state Rep. Tammy Townley, R-Ardmore, said in a statement. “The Holy Bible is an integral part of numerous faiths and is deeply important to many Oklahomans. Even when we don’t always agree with each other, we always know that we have a foundation higher than politics that we can rely on to remain unshakeable when times are tough.”
God must be first in everything His children do. The world of scientific knowledge is killing sound Biblical teaching and denying the existing of God.
The Bible said:
“And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached throughout the whole inhabited earth as a testimony to all the nations, and then the end will come.” (John 24:14)
Bill HB3890 is available for consideration in the upcoming Feb. 7 legislative session.
A number of states have already passed the Holy Bible as the official book and now here comes Oklahoma.
Last year, that of Tennessee went through a lot of challenges. Let’s see how this legislative session will go.
State Rep. Tammy Townley, the author of House Bill 3890, used to own a Christian Bible bookstore.